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Aurora, North Carolina
Anthropology, History, Natural History, Science
Free museum with 3 buildings of fossils both from Aurora and around the world including 2 whales and shark teeth from the megalodon shark along with minerals from around the world.
Frisco, North Carolina
History, Natural History, Science
An educational facility where objects of artistic and historical interest related to Native Americans are preserved, displayed and interpreted.
Cherokee, North Carolina
Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
Oconaluftee offers both a visitor center and the Mountain Farm Museum—a collection of historic log buildings gathered from throughout the Smoky Mountains and preserved on a single site. Buildings include a house, barn, applehouse, springhouse, and smokehouse.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Art, Culture, History, Library, Natural History, University
A public service of the North Carolina Collection, the Gallery is located on the second floor of the Louis Round Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Gallery, which opened in December, 1989, is part of a long history at UNC of utilizing museum objects as educational tools. Over two centuries ago, in 1795, the university's board of trustees appointed the school's first "keeper of the museum," Charles Wilson Harris. Harris was a native of Cabarrus County, N.C.
Raleigh, North Carolina
Children's, General, History, Library, Natural History
Explore more than 14,000 years of North Carolina history, from the state's earliest inhabitants through the 20th century. The major exhibition The Story of North Carolina features fascinating artifacts, multimedia presentations, and an interactive format for all ages. Other museum exhibits highlight the state's military history, sports heroes, decorative arts and more. Monthly programs include children's programs, craft demonstrations and family events with things to do for all ages.
Hillsborough, North Carolina
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Cemetery, Children's, Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Natural History
The Orange County Historical Museum is located in downtown Historic Hillsborough, one of the early capital cities of North Carolina. The community is steeped in history, from the early Native Americans, the Occaneechi, to the hanging of the Regulators apprehended during the Battle of Alamance, a prelude engagement to the American Revolution. Soldiers from the British Army to Confederate soldiers of the American Civil War have marched through the streets of this quaint town.
Gastonia, North Carolina
History, Natural History, Planetarium, Science

In the region, The Schiele is the premiere museum of natural history, American Indian culture, and early Piedmont history. The Schiele offers dynamic, interactive permanent galleries and special hands-on exhibits, conducts research, and provides public programs interpreting over 400 years of Piedmont history. Each year more than 125,000 people visit The Schiele, its Lynn Planetarium, and its living nature trail with a Catawba Indian Village and 18th-century Backcountry Farm.

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